Saturday 25 September 2010

Social Media Surgery 30 September at Warwick Library

There will be one of these groups meeting in Kenilworth on 16 December, but we can all go to Warwick as it's this week. It seems to be the first f it's kind. Full text from the poster reads:

Warwickshire Social Media Surgery
Thursday 30 September 2010
5:30 to 7pm at Warwick Library, Barrack Street, Warwick
Are you involved with a voluntary, arts or community group in Warwickshire? Are you interested in finding more about how social media, such as Twitter, Facebook and blogging, could help your organisation? If so, please come along to our free social media surgery and get one to one advice specifically tailored to your needs.

For more information visit Contact Katie Sahota on 07974 712 466 or via email

A social media surgery is a pretty informal gathering of people who want to learn how to use the web to communicate campaign or collaborate. They are deliberately relaxed. You will get to sit alongside someone who understands good ways to use the internet and they'll show you useful free tools. If you like what you see they can also help you set up your blog, or Facebook page or Twitter account. Most social media surgeries have an event every few weeks, so you can keep coming back for help.

If you are from a community or voluntary group and want to learn how to use the social web, please come along.

Friday 24 September 2010

Kenilworth School Newsletter 24 Sept 2010

This week's Newsletter full text, see the Google Doc Version

Dear All,
I am immensely proud of our school where most of our students can reach their full potential and take advantage of the wide range of extracurricular
opportunities on offer. I have reported our excellent pass rates at GCSE and A level in a previous newsletter. We truly deserve our status as a ‘High
Performing school’, particularly in view of the remarkable achievement that almost 40% of grades at GSCE in summer 2010 were either A or A*. Further to this, 10% of all grades at A level were awarded the new A* category. We are an inclusive school in which all students perform well, but we are also a school in which very able students can be ‘stretched’ to achieve their full potential.

Friday 17 September 2010

Kenilworth School Newsletter 17 Sept 2010

Read the full Newsletter 17th September 2010 at (Google Docs) text only version below:

Dear All,

A number of new teachers have started this year at Kenilworth and we extend a warm welcome to them.  Over the next few weeks, they will introduce themselves to you so that you are aware of who they are and where their specialist areas lie.  Ms Castro will be on maternity leave for the remainder of the year, and Mr Reeve will be the Assistant Headteacher responsible for behaviour management and pastoral care in her absence.  

Kenilworth School Extra Curricular PE Programme 2010-11

Here are all the Kenilworth School and Sports College before school, lunchtime and after school Clubs for 2010-11. This table appeared in the first school newsletter on 10th September 2010.

Everyone from Year 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 has the opportunity to enjoy: Basketball, Dance, Fitness, Football, Hockey, Orienteering, Netball, Rugby, Table Tennis, Trampolining, X Country and Young Leaders.

Mr Cassell tells us, 'Cheerleading and Ski Fitness will be added later in the year All pupils are welcome to attend any of the sports clubs. Pupils must wear the correct kit for the activity.If you have any questions please ask in the PE office. Some clubs will be added at a later date'.

Thursday 16 September 2010

Kenilworth School and Castle Sixth Form

Kenilworth School and Sports College
Leyes Lane
Kenilworth CV8 2DA
01926 859421

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Castle Sixth Form Centre
Rouncil Lane
Kenilworth CV8 1FN
01926 859421

Kenilworth School News Letter 10th Sptember 2010 (view in Google docs)

Dear All,

Welcome back to all students, parents and staff, and in particular a warm welcome to our Year 7 students who seem to have settled in very well indeed.  I am positive that the year ahead will be a successful one, building on our recent successes.

I would like to congratulate all of our students who sat their GCSE and A level examinations in the summer.  We are very proud of their achievements. This summer, our pupils achieved a record number of GCSE passes.  An outstanding 79% of students achieved 5 A* - C passes including English and Maths, and 84% achieved 5 A* - C passes overall.  Almost all students achieved 5 A – G passes and an impressive 40% of all exams taken resulted in A* or A grades.

James Moore in Warwick Road

James Moore Jewellers
9 Warwick Road
01926 298499

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